Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Monday, December 4th, 2017

Dec 04 2017

Escrow.com

So my cryptokitties auctions went better than I hoped.  The gold background generation 0 and 1 flew and I made an extra $23,000 yesterday to put back into domains.   Annnnnnnnd I’m lying.   I would be lying if I said I didn’t spend an hour trying to figure out if I could make some money in the game but when it was all said and done I left it alone.  I also went through and looked to see if any crypto animal domains were available and as expected anything good is gone.   Say what you will about crypto names, they sure are good for the registrars and the auction houses.  People are spending tens of millions on them.

It was nice to see Alabama get into the playoffs although I really didn’t think they would.  I will say that I thought Ohio State would get killed by Clemson but of course I am biased.  Either way I had no vote and I don’t play on the team.  I just wanted the next game to mean something and for Alabama if you’re not playing for the national championship a bowl game means nothing. The curse of fame.

Another interesting thing over the last week is Nike turning the Nike app into kind of Pokemon go for shoes.  You can unlock special thing by doing various things and going various places.  Like yesterday, if you an a 5K or more then you unlocked an early buy on a hard to find pair of shoes.  I’m not sure where all their shoes are going but all the shoes I have been trying to buy are sold out immediately.  Within minutes.  I guess if a CryptoKitty can sell for $5K then buying a tangible pair of limited release Jordans don’t sound like a bad buy.   Crazy world we’re in right now.  Lots of ways to blow money

 

Quote of the Day: “When a man opens a car door for his wife, it’s either a new car or a new wife”  -Prince Philip

Domain of the Day: SwollenColon.com  Six figure name all the way. Unforgetable. Getting the bids it deserves

 

 

Namejet and Sedo Names at Auction

HeatingSupplies.com     Met reserve.   Online heater parts for all you DIYers

TheCaribbean.com  Not going to lie. I always put two Rs and one B when I type it.  I imagine others butcher it as well. Met reserve

Snowboarders.com  Has replaced skiing in the US as the popular slope sport

DEHO.com  Another CVCV doing well

MathSchool.com    Most parents have either used or wish they used a math tutor

Suppy.com     What’s suppy?  Nothing what’s suppy with you

LendingCrypto.com   With all this found money there is certainly going to be some lending of coins coming up

CXGJ.com  Ugly Western letter but the Chinese love it. Closing today and met reserve

2F2.com  Another one the Chinese love.  Super short and good pattern

Crypto.today   Owner didn’t take the offer and instead sent it to auction

Godaddy Domains That I Like With Multiple Bids

TrulySafe.com    Could work for the hot market of home security

NowSelling.com   The hottest new products on the Net.  1998 birthday

OSP.org   Don’t see a lot of LLL.orgs expiring

DADJ.com  Surprised its this high with a J at the end

Gailv.com  Can anyone explain why this is so high?

33727.com    Great letter combination.  Should hit $2K plus

Demotic.com   I thought it was demonic but demotic means “Ordinary people language”  so dictionary word

CryptoCitizen.com   Putting here because of crypto but don’t really like it at this price

Sockies.com   A little feminine for a sock site but definitely good enough to sell some baby socks.  bidders like it

CompanyMaker.com   I actually like this one a lot.  Incorporation and other filings online

xn--zo8h.ws  🐫.ws    Camel emoji   I have to admit I haven’t used my camel emoji in a while

xn--918h.ws🗼.ws  Or the rocket

Potlocator.com   The generic form of Leafly

Godaddy Names With One or No Bids

 

Jemet.com 1996 Birthday 5L.com with no bids at $12

RedneckGolf.com  Cutoff jeans and and a T-shirt is the required attire.  One bid

ScreamingFingers.com  89,000  backlinks, 1999 birthday,  but no bids

BioDash.com  Sounds like a fork in Dash. Or a biotech firm

Mason.cc  I’ve had some success selling these as an email for a few hundred dollars.  By success I mean once

IHateBuyingCars.com  Good marketing name for $12  True Cars is based on this business model

WeLoveUglyHouses.com  Not sure if people are still doing the we buy ugly houses thing

WeedFan.com   There should be enough of them to give this some value

TrackFlat.com  Not much value but will be some kind of shoe or something

STZ.co  One bidder at $20

TYTD.cc Historical sales say these are still getting bids.  Just not this one

Godaddy Names With Bids

36224.com
CACEnglish.com
CourseMetrics.com
cspexecs.com
EPHH.com
FFRepair.com
GreenShelters.com
HalfCut.com
JHere.net
KasinoPanettGuide.com
MaesAlongResort.biz
marshallmedcenter.org
MelbourneCityTourist.com
MetroCarwash.com
MNTP.net
NationLinkTelecom.com
NLOnlinCasinos.com
Pikayo.com
PilatesCouture.com
ProSportsBlogging.com
RomanReedFoundation.com
SamaWomensHealth.org
seo-london.com
SFU.co
SimplySkill.com
SoulsCode.com
SteamIngenious.com
TaskWatch.com
TheatReoffers.com
ThinkGate.com
TigerTheSpy.com
trdcwater.com
TXNK.net
UXMV.com
VectorGraphics.info
VNS.me
WisewomanDancer.com
YBDD.net
ZXLO.com
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